Planned Giving

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Planned Giving

A "planned gift" is easily defined as any gift given for any amount, given for any purpose, whether for current or deferred use, that requires the assistance of a professional person, a qualified volunteer, or the donor's advisors to complete. In addition, it includes any gift that is carefully considered by a donor in light of estate and financial plans. Such gifts can be as simple as a bequest made through a codicil to one's will or as involved as a charitable lead or remainder trust. All can be designated to a specific program or activity.

For more information on making a planned gift to the Phi Kappa Phi Foundation, Inc., contact Dr. Mary Todd at 800-804-9880, ext. 221.

The Marcus Urann Society
All who provide for The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi through a planned gift, whether revocable or irrevocable, will be members of a group named for Marcus Urann, who, as a student at the University of Maine, founded in 1897 what became Phi Kappa Phi. Each will receive a specially framed certificate, be acknowledged in Society publications, and be accorded permanent recognition at Phi Kappa Phi's Headquarters.

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi